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Grab These PC Games Sales On Doom, Dishonored, And More Before They're Gone

GOG is slashing prices on classic Bethesda games to celebrate QuakeCon 2020.


QuakeCon was last weekend, and to celebrate, game stores had sales on Bethesda's biggest franchises, including Doom, The Elder Scrolls, and Dishonored. PC games store GOG is the latest to launch its QuakeCon deals, offering steep discounts on some fantastic DRM-free games. Thankfully, those sales have stuck around after the end of the event, but not much longer.

GOG's sale excludes Doom Eternal (which you can find on sale at Fanatical, which has a flash deal on Doom Eternal for $30 right now), but it spotlights classic Doom titles like Doom 3: BFG Edition for $6 and Doom II bundled with Final Doom for $3.

Older Fallout games feature in the QuakeCon promotion, including the excellent Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition and Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition for $6 each. Plus, Dishonored's Definitive Edition is down to $7, while Dishonored 2 is available for just $10. For a great intro to the first-person action series, consider picking up Dishonored: Complete Collection for $24, which bundles Dishonored: Definitive Edition and all its DLC, Dishonored 2, and the standalone adventure Dishonored: Death of the Outsider.

Best QuakeCon deals at GOG:

QuakeCon sales are running all week long on most platforms, including the Nintendo Eshop and Xbox Store. PC store Green Man Gaming is running a QuakeCon sale as well with some options you won't find on GOG, including The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Special Edition for $20 and Doom (2016) for $6.

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